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Cars, Cows and a Half-Sunset: Here’s How Nafta 2.0 Could Look

  • U.S. sees preliminary pact possible with key elections looming
  • But comprehensive deal anytime soon is ‘exceedingly unlikely’
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Trump Said to Soften Key Nafta Demand on Regional Car Content

A stopgap Nafta deal could be around the corner. What might it look like?

Though the U.S., Canada and Mexico have made progress recently, including on the critical issue of autos, the majority of North American Free Trade Agreement chapters are unfinished and key disputes remain unresolved. That means a preliminary accord may still need to be changed to satisfy the next U.S. Congress or Mexican Senate and president.